Land Rover Discovery Sport Oil Type

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Land Rover Discovery Sport

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You can find 24 different trims for the Land Rover Discovery Sport and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2015 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

Sold as a compact luxury crossover SUV, the Discovery Sport replaced the Land Rover Freelander and from 2017 became the company’s best-selling model.

Slightly larger than the Freelander, the Discovery Sport has the ability to seat up to 7 passengers.

Land Rover decided to fully replace the Freelander rather than upgrade it due to its reputation for unreliability.

Where the Discovery Sport is in high demand, there are alternatives for customers looking for a vehicle that can function for both family and farm such as the Nissan X-Trail, BMW X3, Range rover Evoque, Kia Sorento, Jeep Grand Cherokee and of course the Land Rover Discovery.

In the 1990’, the Royal family adopted the Discovery as their vehicle of choice; when Prince Philip held the position of park ranger he would use the car to traverse Windsor Great Park.

Designed by Gerry McGovern, the Discovery Sport was unveiled at the New York International Auto Show and has a steel monocoque, with the bonnet, wings, roof and tailgate constructed from aluminum to reduce the weight.

For some markets, Land Rover installed an airbag in the bonnet designed to deploy upon impact, potentially saving a pedestrian's life.

Sharing the same platform with the Evoque, the Discovery Sport was derived from the Ford EUCD Platform.

Equipped with a 9-speed automatic gearbox or a 6-speed manual gearbox (the same as the Evoque), the cars were manufactured at the Jaguar Land Rover Body and Assembly plant in Halewood in Liverpool, UK.

The second generations were sold onwards from 2019 and were based upon the new Jaguar Land Rover premium transverse architecture platform along with the Jaguar e-Pace.

To date, there have been in excess of 413,500 units sold worldwide, proving an incredibly popular vehicle.